Completing Project Me
How Understanding God's Perspective Changes Yours
by Matthew A. Thomas
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Pub Date 01 Jul 2019 | Archive Date 21 Jan 2020
Your life is a project. Let God lead it.
When failure occurs or tragedy strikes, we struggle to make sense of it. Divine interruptions can sometimes leave us feeling confused.
From Genesis to Revelation, God uses conflict as a vehicle for growth. Matthew A. Thomas understands there is more behind every situation than what we can see at first. Completing Project Me is an invitation to understand how God uses challenging experiences to make our lives richer.
•Consider divine interruptions from God's perspective,
•Cultivate resilience in faith,
•Deepen your prayer life, and
•Center yourself on gratitude.
God doesn't start something to leave it unfinished. He is doing more in your life than you know. Let Him lead you through your conflict and into a more complete life.
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Average rating from 8 members
This book included lots of stories of the author's life and ministry, with lots of reference to the scriptures. This is a well written book. I would guess it would mostly appeal to an older audience. Recommended for adult formation groups.
Very good read. The author helped me rethink my current situation. How often do we beg God for the “what lesson can I learn, how can I change?” when enduring trials. More often than not, we pray for God’s deliverance. It’s definitely thought provoking. Would recommend to all Christians and especially those who are suffering with trials. “Like ripples on a lake, the impact of the events of our lives extends farther than we could imagine. Like threads, all the pieces, people, and places start making sense if we have eyes to see them. There is more to your life than what you can possibly see from where you are standing now. In fact, there is more to your life than you will ever know in this life. The ripples will outlive your body, and the thread of your life will be woven into the threads of other lives in unsuspecting and sometimes invisible ways. I know many interesting people.”